Gene expression profiling in Daphnia magna part I: concentration-dependent profiles provide support for the No Observed Transcriptional Effect Level.

@article{Poynton2008GeneEP,
  title={Gene expression profiling in Daphnia magna part I: concentration-dependent profiles provide support for the No Observed Transcriptional Effect Level.},
  author={Helen C Poynton and Alexander V. Loguinov and Julia R Varshavsky and Sarah Chan and Edward J. Perkins and Christopher D. Vulpe},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2008},
  volume={42 16},
  pages={6250-6}
}
Ecotoxicogenomic approaches to environmental monitoring provide holistic information, offer insight into modes of action, and help to assess the causal agents and potential toxicity of effluents beyond the traditional end points of death and reproduction. Recent investigations of toxicant exposure indicate dose-dependent changes are a key issue in interpreting genomic studies. Additionally, there is interest in developing methods to integrate gene expression studies in environmental monitoring… CONTINUE READING

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